At The Store / The Answer
This game is designed to practice vocabulary needed to buy items from stores. The point of the game is to get as many products as you can. You will need fake food, clothes, jewelry, and play money.
Each student is given $10 and can purchase as many items as he or she can afford. The teacher acts as the store employee, making polite conversation with the clients. Students are encouraged to ask, “How much is this?" and “Where is the ___________?"
When each student finishes buying they divide into groups of two and each student tells their partner why they choose the items they now have. Have them write why their partner choose that item. Students must note a different explanation each time.
For example: I bought the peach because I love fruit. I bought the apple because it looked delicious.
To review problems that you have already taught, divide the room into two teams and have two students walk to the front of the class, with buzzers preferably, and say the answer to a question. If the students can tell you what the question is, they win a point. Do this until you have a winner.